ANIMO (Analysis of Networks with Interactive MOdeling) is a tool for modeling biological signaling networks. It provides much-needed computational support to the understanding of signaling networks: the general approach is based on a notion of serious game, where the user ”plays” with the topology of a network to get a better grasp of its inner workings. The aim is to extend and improve existing network topologies by fitting them to experimental time series of protein activity data.
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- Schivo, Stefano; Scholma, Jetse; Karperien, Marcel; Post, Janine N.; van de Pol, Jaco; Langerak, Rom: Setting parameters for biological models with ANIMO (2014)